Explore the Broughton Islands: June 28th through July 14th, 2014
Cruise with friends in the Broughton Island Archipelago. A loose itinerary allowing lay days, time to explore alone or as a group, to fish, relax and enjoy your tug.
Sullivan Bay, BC in the Broughton Islands for Canada Day and/or the 4th of July. Watch the parade and hit the driving range. July 1-5, 2014. This is a fun place to hang out amongst gorgeous scenery and new friends.
Turnbull Cove is an ideal spot for building a “star raft” or “wagonwheel” on July 7th. A large protected moorage just outside the entrance to Kenneth Passage, one of the prettiest places I have ever been!
Let’s visit Jennis Bay Marina and Drury Inlet on July 10th. Drury offers wonderful crabbing and kayaking on protected waters. Jennis Bay Marina is a fun stop with a pot luck led by your host Kim. A good walk to Huaskin Lake is always a fun adventure.
A trip to the Broughton’s would not be complete without meeting Pierre! Pierre’s at Echo Bay has invited our group for July 13-14th, with a private Prime Rib dinner on July 14th for our expedition finale and wrap up.
The American Tug Summer Expedition is open to any and all of those in the American Tug family, come and join us. Call Steve Scruggs at the American Tug factory to sign up. Join the fun by calling 360-466-2961 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.